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Michaela Meise: Ding und Körper

Walther Konig
Artists' Books
21 × 27 × 1.7 cm

Text by Anja Casser, Manfred Hermes, Annette Maechtel.

German multimedia artist Michaela Meiser’s first monograph, Ding und Körper focuses on two groups of work which address respectively the inanimate object and the human body. Minimalist-style sculptures investigate the purpose and meaning of objects and tools, and in a series of self-portrait photographs Meise pays homage to artist Valie Export.

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